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inflammable

adjective uk   us   /ɪnˈflæm.ə.bl̩/

inflammable adjective (FIRE)

An inflammable substance or material burns very easily: a highly inflammable liquid such as petrol

inflammable adjective (VIOLENCE)

likely to become violent or angry very quickly and in an uncontrolled way: an inflammable situation/region a highly inflammable mix of outrage and bitterness
Translations of “inflammable”
in Arabic قابِل لِلاشْتِعال…
in Korean 불붙기 쉬운…
in Malaysian mudah terbakar…
in French inflammable…
in Turkish yanıcı, kolay yanan…
in Italian infiammabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 易燃的…
in Russian легко воспламеняющийся…
in Polish łatwo palny…
in Vietnamese bắt lửa…
in Spanish inflamable…
in Portuguese inflamável…
in Thai ไวไฟ…
in German entzündbar…
in Catalan inflamable…
in Japanese 燃えやすい…
in Indonesian mudah terbakar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 易燃的…
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